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Licensees :
JAMES PAGE
( Duke of York )
1822
RICHARD CARROWAY
( Duke of York )
1826
WILLIAM SEPPINGS
age 60 in 1841
Died Q4 1850
1830 - 1850
MARY SEPPINGS
& lodging house
age 45 in 1851
( Keeping Lodging House in Quakers Lane in 1861 )
1851 - 1854
ISAAC SANDS 1856 - 1857
RICHARD HARRISON
age 48 in 1871
Died 1872 ( Q3 or Q4 )
* 1858 - 1872

 


Formerly the DUKE OF YORK
( as documents dated 1818 - 1823 )
 also referenced as the DUKES HEAD

Sold in 1826 by the Fakenham brewery of James Page.

William Beare of Weasenham was committed to 14 days' imprisonment, in his absence from the hearing, Monday 25th April 1853. He had been accused of assaulting Mary Seppings of the Brewers' Arms on the 16th April.
A warrant for his arrest was issued.

Emma Bruce was charged, during the week ending Saturday 21st February 1857, of having stolen four shirts, one pair of trousers, two pairs of stockings, one pair of sheets and two pillow cases, the property of Isaac Sands.

As at York Street 1854 and at Quaker Lane 1851, 1858, 1861 & 1871

Not found after 1872